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Best Medicine.

Struggling this week with a virus that is refusing to make itself fully known. Coward. When that happens the best medicine is of course amazing imagery. My eyes can dance even if the rest of me can't. Enjoy!

 
Cardboard cutouts from Orla Kielly via Creates Loves
 
 

Comments

blue moss said…
Hope you are feeling better ...soon! Love all the images :)
Michelle
Hope you are feeling better soon- I like the images you posted- very inspiring.
dear olive said…
Being sick sucks. (I'm sick too.) Hope you kick yours, sounds like it's been around for a while. And thanks for posting such lovely images - they've cheered me up!

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